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Telesis consisted of a group of architects, landscape architects, and urban planners from the Bay Area, founded in late 1939 through the merging of two groups of architects, one from San Francisco and the other from the University of California, Berkeley. Original notes from boxes: Telesis III: Methodology of Instruction Reel 1: Zimmerman/Gray 1/I Reel 2: Zimmerman/Gray 1/II Reel 3: Dariowche/Showshi 2/I Reel 4: Hassouna 2/II Reel 5: Sam Davis/David Gray 3
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